Serving Plantation, Davie and Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Choosing a dentist is an important decision. Our philosophy is to provide treatment to the whole person, with a special focus on how your teeth and gums relate to your total body health. Your smile is your greatest asset, and it says a lot about your overall health.
We value our patient relationships, making it our top priority to deliver gentle and compassionate dental care that you deserve. From the moment you walk in, you will be welcomed by a caring staff in a personalized and comfortable setting to make you feel at ease. Our goal is to help you restore and maintain a healthy and beautiful smile throughout your lifetime.
Our office provides comprehensive restorative and aesthetic dentistry, as well as general dentistry. We believe that patient should have sufficient information to make educated decisions about their oral health and treatment options. You will find all of this important information on our website, including directions to our office, services descriptions, and patient education resources.
Should you ever need any additional information about our practice, we are able to answer your questions through telephone inquiry or an email. We are looking forward to meeting you.Meet The Team Request An Appointment New Patient? Start Here!
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We provide email and text message communications for all of our patients if they prefer. This makes keeping up with your appointments even easier, and of course patients can opt out at any time.
Patient Comfort and Dental Anxiety Management
We offer Noise cancelling Bose headsets where patients can listen to their own music lists on their cell phone or the radio with ours. We also offer blankets and neck and back pillows for comfort.
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